Massena village police blotter
• Tyler D. Brooks, 24, of county Route 37, Massena was charged with no license plate at 10:54 p.m. July 14 on Willow Street.
• Mary C. Hipp, 37, of county Route 43, Massena was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and unregistered motor vehicle at 8:44 p.m. July 14 on South Main Street.
• Patricia M. Miller, 39, of Penny Lane, Malone was charged with petit larceny at 8:40 p.m. July 14.
• Leon V. Caskinette, 33, of Bishop Avenue, Massena was charged with inadequate lights at 10:35 p.m. July 13 on Center Street.
Chris Mills and his son, Drew, hold up some bass entered in Sunday’s Sandbar Classic Fishing Derby sponsored by the Ogdensburg Parks & Recreation Department. A total of 136 registered to participate in the ninth annual event. Sponsors included Hosmer’s Marina, Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center, The Dirty Gringo and the family of the late Al O’Marah.
Potsdam street milling to begin Tuesday
POTSDAM -- Milling of some streets in the village is expected to begin Tuesday and continue for a couple of days in preparation for paving within a few weeks.
Scheduled for milling are Grove Street, Clinton Street, a portion of Chestnut Street, and the entire length of Grant Street.
Village Public Works Superintendent Jim Corbett says the paving will follow probably some time in the next two weeks.
Driver charged in Depeyster DWI crash allegedly confined passenger in vehicle
DEPEYSTER -- A one-vehicle personal-injury accident Saturday along State Rt. 184 resulted in numerous charges to the driver, including a felony unlawful imprisonment count, leaving the scene, and driving while intoxicated.
Canton Central to take bids for pool repairs
BY MATT LINDSEY
North Country This Week
CANTON -- Canton Central School will soon be accepting bids to repair its pool.
“The pool filter has developed small, pinhole leaks,” according to CCS Superintendent Ronald P. Burke. “The proposed project calls for the filter to be replaced. “
What’s Going On: Colton Country Days, Canton Chautauqua, Potsdam Community Band concert
LOCAL EVENTS ON WEDNESDAY
Colton Country Days
Sierra Hull, Balsam Range up next at Norwood Village Green
International bluegrass mandolin star Sierra Hull will perform at the Norwood Village Green Thursday, July 18.
NORWOOD -- The Norwood Village Green Concert Series kicks off its Bluegrass/Americana Cluster with Sierra Hull on Thursday, July 18, followed by Balsam Range on Sunday, July 21. Both concerts begin at 7 p.m.
Ogdensburg police blotter, July 14
• Report of a person going through someone else’s vehicle on Albany Avenue at 10:56 p.m. Suspect fled and police were unable to locate.
• Tabbatha R. Fifield was cited for inadequate head lights on Jay Street at 9:38 p.m.
• Report of a male slewing at the Ogdensburg Journal on Isabella Street at 3:06 p.m. Police advised subject of complaint and send him on his way.
• Report of dogs barking constantly on King Street. Police observed 7 dogs barking loudly but were unable to make contact with owners.
Hogansburg resident charged with drug possession
MASSENA — A Hogansburg teen was charged with drug possession at Seaway International Bridge Monday morning, according to state police.
The unnamed 16-year old was cited for unlawful possession of marijuana at 12:25 a.m., police said.
The subject was cited and released.
Harrisville woman cited for harassment in Gouverneur
GOUVERNEUR — A Harrisville woman was charged July 12 stemming from investigation of a June 14 domestic dispute, according to state police.
Katelin K. Thayer, 27, was charged with second-degree harassment at 8:20 p.m., officers said.
She was cited and released.